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Now, the Food and Drug Administration requires that manufacturers use a set system for measuring tampon absorbency so as not to get into dangerous territory.
This recycled toilet paper from Seventh Generation average absorbency and softness scores in comparison tests, though consumer testers rated it as rough during usage testing.
Yes, the laundry detergent-esque pour to prove absorbency (as Fey described it) has long been a staple of commercials selling feminine hygiene products.
Advocates are also concerned about pesticide residues that can be found in nonorganic cotton in pads or tampons, as well as adhesive chemicals used in pads or other additives used to improve absorbency.
To reduce your risk, the Mayo Clinic advises using the lowest-absorbency possible and changing tampons at least every four to eight hours.
One imagines that speechwriter and advisor Stephen Miller, articulator of many of Donald Trump’s clearest expressions of nationalism over globalism, has been encountering similar non-absorbency.
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